Robert Fitzgerald Prosody Award

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The Robert Fitzgerald Prosody Award is awarded to scholars who have made a lasting contribution to the art and science of versification. The award was named after the poet, critic, and translator Robert Fitzgerald. It was established in 1999 at the Fifth Annual West Chester University Poetry Conference. Each awardee has been interviewed at the conference by linguist and literary historian Dr. Thomas Cable of the University of Texas at Austin.

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  • Thomas Cable 'The Robert Fitzgerald Prosody Award' in R. S. Gwynn and April Linder (editors) The West Chester University Poetry Conference: A History, Kelly-Winterton Press, New York, 2004.